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Tweet After spending about half a day at Lakhpat, my next stops in the day were Narayan Sarovar, Koteshwar. I was told that Narayan Sarovar has a religious significance and otherwise not much of a place. But as it is quite close to Lakhpat (35 km) I decided to check it out. At the other [...]

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Wat Arun, Bangkok, Thailand

by Mridula on October 6, 2013

in Canon D550,Photography,Thailand

Tweet For this lazy Sunday I present the magnificent Wat Arun Temple from Bangkok, Thailand. It is a Buddhist Temple said to be build in 17th century, though the spires are said to be added by King Rama II in early 19th century. Wat actually means temple both in Thailand and Cambodia. Both Thai and [...]

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Tweet Out of nowhere the rain started falling heavily as we were nearing Angkor. My heart sank, I have had way too much of rain on many of my trips this year. I was left wondering if I would see Angkor in pouring rain! It was not what I wanted. Heavy rains mean the camera [...]

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Dress Code for Women in Cambodia

by Mridula on September 16, 2013

in Cambodia,Canon D550,Photography

Tweet I usually search for the dress code when I am about to visit a new country. Being from India I cannot go really wrong as we are conservative in our dressing sense. But the advice I see often is done without any photos. I have now made it a habit to do a post [...]

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Tweet We visited the Ban Dong Krathong Yam village as part of our media trip with Tourism Authority of Thailand. This village is a Puan village which still keeps its local culture. The Monks and the Temple at Ban Dong Krathang Yam There are homestays available at the village. I just had a few hours [...]

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Sawasdee from Thailand

by Mridula on September 9, 2013

in Canon D550,Photography,Thailand

Tweet Sawasdee (greetings) from Thailand. I have had a great time here till now. But being on the road for most of time meant no blog post. Today I am the Thailand Cambodia border of Aranyaprathet on the Thai side. So here I go, top ten things that I can say off my head about [...]

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